mindfulness techniques, exercises and interventions

22 Mindfulness Exercises, Techniques & Activities For Adults (+ PDF’s)

If you’re like most people, you have heard about all of the fabulous benefits of practicing meditation and mindfulness. You probably know that people who meditate seem to be happier, healthier, and more successful than those who don’t.  You may even know that you should give it a try,
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Self awareness knowledge psychology

Why Self-Awareness Matters and How You Can be More Self-Aware

From the ancient Greek Aphorism “know thyself” to the western psychology, the topic of self-awareness has always been an intriguing subject of inquiry of philosophers and psychologists for the last century. This article contains: So What is Self-Awareness Exactly? Why Does Self-Awaren
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Training Attention for Disorder Prevention: Practices for Maintaining Health

While there are many different approaches to treating illness and disease, all agree that prevention is better than cure. There have been scientific advancements along with rigorous studies which can shine a light on what causes, prevents and exacerbates many health conditions.  We al
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Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction: Slowing Down with MBSR

Mindfulness referred to as third-wave psychology, stresses the importance of grounding, awareness and acceptance and focuses on being in the moment. Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction or MBSR originates from mindfulness and is an intervention method used to counteract the inundation o
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The Common Ground Between Wing Chun Kung Fu and Mindfulness

To compare martial arts to mindfulness may not make much sense at first however there is one, Wing Chun Kung Fu, which shares a lot of the same principles as mindfulness. I have always, both as a student and now as an instructor of Wing Chun Kung Fu, searched for the truth. Seeking an
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There is Always Time: Informal Mindfulness Practice

When talking about mindfulness, many people see a very formal picture of a yogi in seated meditation in the quietest place on earth.   But is that the only way to practice mindfulness? The answer is a wholeheartedly NO! If you walk into a bookstore, you will probably get a pile of dif
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on self-sufficiency and overcoming social anxiety

Overcoming Social Anxiety: How This Guy Did It And You Can Too

Today I met up with a dear friend of mine, rocket scientist and Udemy instructor Martin Georgiev. We spoke about the new online business that he is building up and about his aim: helping men in overcoming social anxiety. What started as a business brainstorm ended in Martin sharing th
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Buddhist Meditation and Yoga: The Role of Mindfulness in Positive Psychology

‘Each of us caught in a matrix, a universe of forces that frequently produces our unhappiness.’ (Levine, 2011) The science of positive psychology often touches on the topic of mindfulness. This term was originally introduced by the ancient teachings of the Buddha. In Buddhism, the cul
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Mindfulness, awareness, and depression

Mindfulness and Depression: Aware of the Unaware

This article contains: Mindfulness and the brain Being in the present Mindfulness therapy Mindfulness and Self-Compassion Medication versus mindfulness References Whether you have been diagnosed from the doctor with depression or not, there are times where we all experienced the momen
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building mindfulness resources

3 Must-Do’s in Building The Essential Mindfulness Toolbox

If you are reading this, chances are you have a pretty good idea of the several ways that mindfulness can benefit you. It is commonly used as a tool to reduce anxiety, be more present in activities and conversation, and to benefit in countless other ways. While people are quick to tou
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